ESPN, with some help from Samsung, is finally getting into live 4K production beginning with Saturday’s NCAA football matchup between Florida and LSU.
What was delivered differed from what was promised.
Plex is continuing to build up its library of licensed content for a free, ad-supported streaming service.
Netflix investors are anxiously awaiting the company’s third-quarter earnings report next week, and hoping for a return to domestic subscriber growth.
New streaming services like Disney+ and HBO Max will cause a big jump in U.S. SVOD spending next year.
Lionsgate is considering plans to turn premium channels Starz and Encore into a separate company that could shoulder some of the studio’s debt load.
The traditional pay TV channel bundle is fragmenting and regional sports networks could be at risk of falling through the cracks.
MLB, in partnership with video technology company NTT, unveiled an “Ultra Reality Viewing” proof of concept during Game 3 of the ALDS in Tampa.
Quibi, a startup planning a short-form video streaming service, has signed a pair of significant programming deals ahead of its April 2020 launch.
Hulu has finally enabled downloads on its streaming service more than a year after it first announced that downloadable content was on the way.